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Louis Boillot

Louis Boillot

The wines that Louis Boillot makes from his priceless vines are like Burgundy used to be: gentle, subtle, pure, precise and highly nuanced, their complexity and sensuality growing with age.
Marquis D’Angerville

Marquis D’Angerville

Nothing demonstrates the brilliance of red Burgundy like a great Volnay. And to insiders, for the last half-century, the name synonymous with such wine has been Marquis d’Angerville.
Rene & Vincent Dauvissat

Rene & Vincent Dauvissat

Vincent Dauvissat has said that "terroir is everything," As a result of his commitment to expressing his terroirs, no domaine offers a more profound line-up of classic Chablis.
Jean-Philippe Fichet

Jean-Philippe Fichet

The white wines that Jean-Philippe Fichet is making today have few rivals for their class in Burgundy, and they could be unmatched in their transparency and expressiveness.
Fourrier

Fourrier

Relying on ancient vines in great crus, Fourrier’s wines prove that great Burgundy is made in the vineyard. And, in Gevrey-Chambertin—teeming with great growers—Fourrier’s may be the finest of all.
Mugneret Gibourg

Mugneret Gibourg

In the last few vintages Domaine Mugneret-Gibourg has taken its place alongside the very top of red Burgundy producers. Their beautifully perfumed, intensely flavored, firmly structured wines of quintessential grace and harmony place them right at home in this echelon.
François Raveneau

François Raveneau

Raveneau uses purely artisanal methods to produce Chablis’ most powerful wines. The domaine is an icon not only for Chablis lovers, but for those who crave transparency in their wine.
Domaine Roulot

Domaine Roulot

No one deserves more credit than Jean-Marc Roulot for the school of winemaking that today crafts Meursaults of riveting minerality, unlike the buttery, less distinctive Meursaults of the past.

France

Louis Boillot (Burgundy)
Domaine Fourrier (Burgundy)
Mugneret-Gibourg (Burgundy)
Francois Raveneau (Burgundy)
Domaine Roulot (Burgundy)

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